Going to the Bolshoi theatre, remember the rules of etiquette. They provide a more modest and simple clothes for the morning and afternoon performances. If you go to the Opera or ballet, which starts at noon, put on a fancy dress or suit with skirt or trousers. Instead of the knitted blouse, select a nice blouse. Men are meant day classic suit with a pale tie and fresh shirt.
Evening performances mean more dressy clothes. Wear short formal dress. A good alternative can be a suit of plain fabric. The combination of the blouse with the skirt or pants can look too simple – a better ensemble to complement your jacket. Men should try dark evening suit with a white shirt.
Best clothes, traditionally reserved for the Prime Minister. A night like this appropriate long evening dresses for ladies and tuxedos for gentlemen. However, in short elegant dress or a dark suit of good quality you will feel no less confident. Choosing an outfit with a deep neckline, bring a stole or a Cape that can be draped over the shoulder.
The choice of suit depends on where you sit. Visitors to the stalls, stalls and the first tier is traditionally dress more elegant. If your seats are upstairs, get dressed easier. You will not go to the front door the foyer of the lower tiers, so it can do without the tuxedos and toilets with a deep neckline.
Don't come to the theatre in sports clothes, shorts, oversized shirts, and designer toilets, too far from the concept of "classic" clothes. Ripped jeans, tops with slogans and skirts worn over trousers, can look very creative, however, such outfits will be more appropriate in Nightclubs.
Take care of shoes and accessories. Instead of practical everyday boot wear nice shoes. If you have to get to the theater on foot, take a change of shoes or even a sponge to quickly bring your shoes and boots in order. In the summer, refrain from shale, plastic sandals, sneakers and other unsuitable shoes.
Note that too large bags and briefcases you will need to leave in the wardrobe. Instead of cumbersome trunks, take in the theatre elegant clutch or a small purse for a graceful strap that can be hung on the shoulder.